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Southeastern Conference Career Leaders and Records for Passing Interceptions

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Since 1956

Rank Player Int From To Last School
1.John Reaves 59 1969 1971 Florida
2.Randy Jenkins 53 1979 1983 Kentucky
3.Stan White* 52 1990 1993 Auburn
4.Loran Carter 47 1966 1968 Auburn
 Jamie Howard 47 1992 1995 Louisiana State
6.Shane Matthews 46 1990 1992 Florida
 Greg Zolman 46 1998 2001 Vanderbilt
8.Rick Norton 44 1963 1965 Kentucky
 Kurt Page 44 1981 1984 Vanderbilt
10.Kevin Fant 43 2000 2003 Mississippi State
11.Chris Leak* 42 2003 2006 Florida
 Larry Rakestraw 42 1961 1963 Georgia
 Danny Wuerffel 42 1993 1996 Florida
14.Kent Austin 41 1981 1985 Mississippi
 Stephen Garcia* 41 2008 2011 South Carolina
 Tommy Hodson 41 1986 1989 Louisiana State
 Jared Lorenzen 41 2000 2003 Kentucky
 Aaron Murray* 41 2010 2013 Georgia
 Pat Sullivan* 41 1969 1971 Auburn
 Whit Taylor 41 1979 1982 Vanderbilt
 Bo Wallace* 41 2012 2014 Mississippi
22.Archie Manning 40 1968 1970 Mississippi
 Wayne Peace 40 1980 1983 Florida
24.Jeff Wickersham 39 1982 1985 Louisiana State
25.John Fourcade 38 1978 1981 Mississippi
 Andy Kelly 38 1988 1991 Tennessee
27.John Bond* 37 1980 1983 Mississippi State
 Clint Stoerner 37 1996 1999 Arkansas
 Steve Taneyhill 37 1992 1995 South Carolina
 Eric Zeier 37 1991 1994 Georgia
31.Jay Cutler 36 2002 2005 Vanderbilt
 Rex Grossman* 36 2000 2002 Florida
 Doug Johnson 36 1996 1999 Florida
 Tommy Pharr 36 1967 1969 Mississippi State
35.Erik Ainge* 35 2004 2007 Tennessee
 Kerwin Bell 35 1984 1987 Florida
 Tim Couch 35 1996 1998 Kentucky
 Wayne Madkin 35 1998 2001 Mississippi State
 Eli Manning* 35 2000 2003 Mississippi
40.Josh Booty 34 1999 2000 Louisiana State
 Casey Dick* 34 2005 2008 Arkansas
 Don Smith 34 1983 1986 Mississippi State
43.Eric Jones 33 1986 1988 Vanderbilt
 Peyton Manning 33 1994 1997 Tennessee
 Romaro Miller* 33 1997 2000 Mississippi
 Jevan Snead* 33 2006 2009 Mississippi
 Matthew Stafford* 33 2006 2008 Georgia
48.Buck Belue 32 1978 1981 Georgia
 Brandon Cox* 32 2004 2007 Auburn
 Fred Fisher 32 1972 1975 Vanderbilt
 David Greene* 32 2001 2004 Georgia
 Scott Hunter 32 1968 1970 Alabama
 Mark Young 32 1985 1988 Mississippi
 Andrew Zow 32 1998 2001 Alabama